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As you improve your skills at picking up feelings from plants and trees you will discover that plant energies within ecosystems gather into energy guilds. Often these guilds are strongest around Mother Trees. Like all plants, trees provide energy emissions, which also carry communication between themselves and others.

We really have a lot to learn about how everything works – and how everything is connected. Join us for a presentation about the importance of Mother Trees.
The Wildcraft Forest Foundation practices regenerative forest stewardship, which includes propagating “whole forest systems”; this includes the forest over-story and the under-story. We have created a network of Yasei Sanctuary Forests, which serve as protected forests where each is used as a base to protect and restore wild ecosystems while propagating wild and domesticated food and medicine crops in small wild dynamic gardens.

The Mother Tree Hub supports the foundations efforts by securing leadership, engagement, research and partners as the Sanctuary Forest Network develops.

Sanctuary Forest represents a location where stewardship is taking place which seeks to protect, expand or rewild the natural biodiversity of a place. A Sanctuary Forest is also seen as a spiritual centre where the stewards of the place have created a sentient relationship with all of the biotic beings located there. A Sanctuary Forest can be located on private or public land and is largely placed there by the sheer will, of those individuals willing to steward that place.

A Sanctuary Forest is created upon certain pillars that include stewardship, science, sentience, spirit and sanctuary. These forests can be of any size; stewards are provided with training and tools so that they can better understand their role and responsibility. Sanctuary Forests help to seed stewardship within cultures where it has become lacking. This effort seeks to create an understanding that the natural world is sentient.

Sanctuary Forests provide a platform for learning about the natural world, and for research and data collection as species become threatened or move – these forests are networked regionally and globally. The design of a Sanctuary Forest can also include a plan for human habitat, a food and medicine forest and commercial gardening operations which do not conflict with the regeneration of wildlands and the biodiversity of wild species. 

Learn more about Yasei Sanctuary Forests

Explore our Sanctuary Forest online training program


If you believe that you might benefit from the Mother Tree Hub and you are willing to expand your relationship with nature please contact us. 

Contact our office by email at the Sanctuary Forest Network: services(at)

Or you can call the Wildcraft Forest on our direct line at:

The Mother Tree Hub
An information portal produced by the Wildcraft Forest Foundation with support from the Regional District of the North Okanagan Conservation Fund; the David Suzuki Foundation and other community supporters.

The Wildcraft Forest Foundation offers skills, insights and
inspiration for creating good stewardship and positive change.

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